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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

J i iillllIIWIMIMMFMMiqB MT KL III that place to succeed Mr Blount The position was offered Judge Sneod some time ago but it was nqt known I jfcas not yot made known tho appoint ment The Winchester Domocra says Owing to tho fact that tho Educational billrecontlypassod prccipitatcsthe race J for County Superintendent of Schools at once instead of next year Miss Lutio Scott has withdrawn from tho race this time but will probably enter tho fiold again next time Miss Scott is a most estimable lady of much tal ent and would graco any position S Bourbon county is all torn up over a scandal involving prominent parties among hor residents James Howor ton charges his wifo with being un chaste before hor marriage to him somo three and a haf1 years ago and further lays the blame at the door of James II Kerr who married a sister of Mrs Howerton Kerr responds that it isa blackmailing scheme and that 20000 hush money has been demanded of him and brands tho charges against him as absolutely ialse ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

V B h Si7 fSk J t D Hml V m r i Rs jalfi TT1 1 - T lii in mil i i 111 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Ttaplo To the Week Beginning July 10 Comment by llev S II Doyle Topic Gods great command Acta xvll SO Xukoxllhl B Tlio Biblo contains mnnydivino com mands Thcro is tho greatest command mont Thou shalt lovo tho Lord thy 3od and tho next greatest Thou shalt lovo thy neighbor as thyself Within theso greatest commands aro many smaller but by no means insignificant ones Tho ono beforo us is tho com mand to repent God now commandeth all men everywhere to repent Con sider 1 What is tho great command Acts xvii 80 It i3 as just stated tho com mand to universal ropentanco Paul is preaching on Mars hill Athens He tells tho cultured Greeks that in time past God had passed over their ig noranco but now commanded them tc Tepent But what is repentance If embraces two ideas a turning froir sin a turning to God Neither is tru repentance A man may reform foi personal advantage God not considered This is not ropon...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

-S I 4 If k f THE PRINCta CHAMBER I ttood npoB Tower hill Bright tvoro thtf skies and but Yetvclcrad ad A midden chfll Piawa cVfer th umaisr day JL thrill and a nameless dread Ab of on who Halts alono tVhrdtjiiUior tho elUnt dead Under tho chnrhel stone Then over the moat I passed And passed at tho Traitors fjato Dfd I hear a Jrampets blast Forerunner of deadly fate to un tho stairs from tho river Where the somber shadows cropt With nono to holp or deliver Kings quoons and princes swept fiercely tho black portoullls Frowned as I onward went Tho Bloody tower Is this Strong towor of droad portent Show mo the Princes chamber To the yeoman guard J said Oh the stairs wore steep to clamber And tho rough vault dark ocrhcadl No sigh in tho sunny room No moan from tho groined roof No wall of expectant doom Echoed alon aloof Bat instead a mother Bang To a child upon her knee Whose merry laughtor rang LIko sweet bells mad with glee Sunshine for murky air Smiles for tho sob of pain Joy for dark...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

fc X 1 - iA ftr KK y V THE ADVOCATE croua individuals throughout JSLDYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY TULY 11 1893 ADVERTISING RATES -UM-- a saSSSeSSS E c H I SSi - CA 0 S8S8SS8S8S8a S88SaSga8tS8 S8888888S88B sssseastfssss ssssssssssskss CO o uojJoaai oi8og SUOJJJWUI OAIJ 8UOU3I OOJtU muon oo suonjoani u8a sqjuon asij q S88888888gS8 m H 1S S888888S888S Si8ESg8KgK5M ro08ElntI A n S88888888888 FOR STATE SENATOR Wo are authorized to announce Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to tho action of the Democratic party Col J G II U v ly f Ct nc vi n Is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your vote and inilueiico re spectfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany tho order Com munications iu tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents per line...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

I u HF 2 i U Married July 6 at rosidonco of bride near Lovce J G Flinchum of r Clay city to Miss Isa Bollomay apt W T Havens loft for Charles- fton W Va whoro his wifo and daugh ter Mis9 Floriue aro visiting Ho thopos Miss Florino whohas been quite ill for sovoral weeks will bo well enough to bo brought homo Ju9lico Blatchford of tho Supreme A fCQurt of tho Uuited States died at JNcwport It I on Friday evening Much speculation is indulged in as to whom Mr Cleveland will appoint to fill tho vacancy At the Council mooting last Tuesday f 3jght tho old officers wero re elected except for City Attorney Marshal -and Weigher H Clay McTCeo was cted Attornoy S W GaitskiH arshal and li H Barnes Weigher On last Friday evening a severe v8Urra past over tho Northern part of county doing great damage jpata almost ready to cut was laid to he ground and in some instances corn will have to go laid by Foncing and tstanding timber fared badly Ttlnion services wore hold with tho Southern Presbyterian c...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

ft t y it I r i i ft w i i Ik r I r p f I- I M ft V THE ADVOCATE iW ji iji jfijf i f r i r i f tf i f i ri r V JB Schoolor who has been work Sag on tho Ashvllle N C Gazette a Klxlly papor of that cityis at homo Tho Gazotte woutbrokoon him to tho tuno of several dollars and ho had to omi gcxfce Will is a working man a good gjruiter and better than all has a heart ctoo big for his body A Oresham Neb paper has this gfatfortu Our arm Tell tho truth ttbsagh tho heavens tumblo Our pa jjjer Of tho people for tho people to Be paid for by tho people Our relig ion Orthodox with a firm belief in a licavcn Our motto Take all in sight and hustle for more Our policy To lovo our fronds aud injure our aeuiies Our object To mako an Jkoncst living and pay our just debts Outiug lor July contains among other good things a valuable history of Chtnpiou Pacers This with two gjcoeocding articles on tho King and Quceus of the Trotting Track com pletea a most interesting and corrto dilatory of tho developmen...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

7 rt U4lnt MM IhrllMMMy j rtora are f platty of jsisoptt yam women who are oxcoodiaflyQ Igent Rria tMs not in any limited ction who never read who tvv nothing obou Boots and who Aotjjain from them any appro addition to tlieir brirrhtnefcs havo observed tiiav hnVo rlit arid tiio can taik Uliey ob- I an a rule much moro closoly the readers who aro apt either j nreocounied orrtobo mentally Jasipated there is ho other word ad they think when they think t a moro oi igina orrathor as that m nuts now u wuvonuoaat mean- iin a way which is lesp obscured Up influence of Vtho common Kof modk Their thoughts 6xbT perfect aro at least their Kwnjfcd are strong thoughts Thrlack Width usually though not Wways for intorcourso with readers has much of the effect of taWing But they havo a certain iuRotaees and tenacity ua to tlie twant at issue They aro apt too to save humor tho incongruities of things striking them even more than tftey strike readers how much had BurhHtAnil9 and hiimnr of ihn niv culi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 July 1893

w v s THE TALE OF A TRUNK Tho Mnttcr of Faith In Boing Cured If you could persuade people to be r hovo that tho application of a cats tail to a rheumatic limb would cure them it is beyond a question that such an application would do them good On this then rests many of tno stranger tads of practice such as tho faith cure directly and indirect ly tho grape cure tho milk cure tho water cure tho rest euro and in fact nearly all of tho cure alls As in the water cure somo of theso have dis tinctly hygienic conditions which en ablo nature to do her best for tho pa tient but added to theso and largely aiding them comes tho belief which brings about the curativo influence of tho mind On the body Cyrus lid son M D in North American R view 31cn Are JuIclt r TIiun Women In sito of the nonsense which j written about tho identity of tk montul of mii anc women there is a marked diflireiice befwetn the two bt xes a differed not necessarily implying Btsperioi j or inferiority but an essential ni in...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

y r MT JOL III A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE Tho West Shoro day express was wrecked in tho yards near Uowburgb N Y Thursday by tho locomotive jumping tho track and colliding with a freight train which was on a siding Four womon and a child wore killed more than a scoro of persons wcro se riously injured and Bovcral others wcro hurt Two distinct carthquako ehocks woro felt at Albuquerque N M botweon 630 and 7 oclock Wednesday morn ing Tho first was not very strong but tho second following a few min utes later caused considorablo uneasi ness The undercurrent camo from tho West whero an extinct volcano exists and it is thought thero that the volcano is again in eruption Two men wero killed two fatally injured and two badly hurt by an ex plosion of gas in tho Pettibono Mine operated by tho Delaware Lackan wanna Western Compauy at Wy oming Pa Wednesday Tho explo sion was caused by tho gathering of a body of gas in ono of tho breasts tho air current haviug bee...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

ft U h V 5 Ni - f 7 Pf u f lUHMSSttttwa c - i uL CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Ti5lo Vat tlio 1Yok lli glnnlng July S3 Comment by Iter S II Oojlo Toiuc Fellowship In work Acta xvlll B John ivll 20 20 Fellowship is emphasized in tho Scrip turo in nil rolaiiona of life fellowship in joy Rejoico with them that do re joice fellowship in sorrow Weep with them that weep fellowship in burden liearinR Baar yo ono anothers bur dens As Christian peoplo nro to unito in sorrow joy and burden bearing so thero is to bo co operation in labor fel lowship in work 1 An illustration or fellowship m work Acts xviii 8 Departing from Athens Paul has como to Corinth Here ho becomes acquainted with Aquila who had lately como from Romo becauso of tho persecution of Claudius Aquila was a tentmaker by trade and so was Paul therefore they abode together that they might ply their trade together fel lowship in work It was a natural and pleasant thing for them to do and their experience is of toil repeated Men of the sarao ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

1 1 w v r W A Beautiful Slumcso Custom beautiful custom of tlio people of sm Is ono by -which thoy do honor loir dead At full moon in ir and again in November three ironings aro devoted to sottincr lighted candles afloat on the border lOf the soa in the belief that thoy will bo borne away to those who have massed out of this life The humblest stylo in which the fcreinony can be performed is yet retty enough The broad strong leaf of a plantain is bent or folded into the shape of a boat or raft In itho middle of this simplo structure a tiny taper is fixed upright The katong or raft of which this is the simplest form is then kept ready in the houso until the auspicious mo anent predicted by the family priest has arrived Then at this moment when the water is silvered over by the beams of the broad rising moon the taper 5s lighted and the tiny raft is launched l upon tho waves slowly at first it makes its way along tho edgo of the obbing tide then wafted gently by tho still evening air i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

r V X si lav fc hoi wl ofl Wl Pq till lol PI Bfl la si n J itfi lpj To Johlj turfl in 31 JoiO the hea der in tua lov V7ti At I- fi m V r - mi tgsssssssssss S2SS8SSSS8SSS FOX JAILER WPHjBiV THE ADVOCATE HtH J3ggg83S8S8g f2 www - MIS sssssrssas JSSSSS3SSJSSS SD0CATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY JULY 18 1893 ADVERTISING RATES SoCOSB 333 5 5- isap rsssBrso CSS B VD 91 a SBSssssisssa o H uoijaasui oiSai auoiJD9nr ol BU0H I39UI oaiqi 6uo5iosui jnoji suoiJtosni in33 smuojt oui enotjasaj gl 8IUU0JK omiii saoil309tii S3 iva ono FOR STATE SENATOR Wc are authorized to announce Hon 9 P Jay of Clark county as a can diRte for Senator of this district com- w jposeof tho counties of Clark Bour 5io and Montgomery subject to the uietiou of the Democratic party Col J G- H ll w of C irc vi n Sb a caudidate for State Sonato from thc district composed of Bourbon Cark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of tho Democratic Sitrty Your vote and influence re fspactfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

d rand I B t i i iMtkt j - AH fotftteggpolg must bo graded TobtrVWe now read j at tho fsm IVL TteaiirtUrSror Mrs Harris P f A tf m j lono WHl o Muay sept a iouo 1 - mkbutika NTinnrTin call k fa Ajjjfor lack of TJofogth Inst McflWft wiro a uav BjiiflH SatunMilliB INK A oalife miaiitibiAriC if ankT A S SVTrTi to Charles daughter TcacVi S5tituto Monday a 4ithWfuinlcyconductor 4 tHSi - rt Rt JBTrLAIexandcr uregg mm JEpiscoptBlSiop of July Texas is dead i t ISJiKiSio to Tlnn Ti Porrv L rtiSffencor a 12 lb daughter rwee Duty and wife on 15 Inst ono 9 pound Kfeecn issued for a state ly condition of National fSfeloso of business July 12 S ta4l tsick wk ftver jwimR Wilson is at homo Wo are glad to say t nSJtV - the isddWfcJjw woll as could be expec rtodrfeTlJtMi to sco him out in a few days fJH TohStWood has purchased a MonyiMuyiutereat in tho Gazetto TnWCoffinpL from this date every do- ntfmowilL bo under his personal management A koweV of a million half inch ioadisfVk reported about Grand ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

t F i THE ADVOCATE i Tho demand for wool is vory ligh t markets unsettled and prices low Garden paths can bo kept freo from weeds and grass by pouring over them boiling hot suds on wash days putting a handful of salt in each bucket of suds Tho most important quality in but ter in its effect on price is tho ilavor Unless this is beyond criticism there can bo no expectation of a gilt edge price and you must remember that fho flavor of tho butter depends on tho flavor of tho milk and tho latter in turn on tho food tho health and the surroundings of tho cow Fine butter has its origin further back than the churn The value of orchard gras3 is be coming better understood and thero arc many places whnro it is common to sow it in place of timothy either alone or witli clover It is a richer feed than is timothy is ready to pas turo carlior and is best cut as clover is coming into head which is also the best time for cutting ia apt to bo de ferred too late for tho clover or too early to have t...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

r ty w MONKEYS PLAYING WITH FIRE robIo Explanation of a Remarkable Sight In Central Africa Reforenco to monkeys reminds one of that wonderful procession Boon by uio pasua wnerooacn earned a torch light him in his predatione ong tlio cornfields a story which no man explains by refeirinsr it to ins defective eveaicht another to possibility of monkoys being able o produce fire by friction Without civincr any opinion regard ing the accuracy of the observer a statement made to mo by a South American native a Pondonusi may throw as much light upon it as all our science At the time I paid little attention to it and indeed it passed fuito from my mind till I came across Tup pashas story in Mr Stanleys book It was so far as I can recol lect in the following words the con nection in which it was told is of nc importance The master is surprised There ajfc monkeys in tho mountains the gorges of tho Drakensborg that gc faitho fires that men leave in the bosh and carry away horning sticks They ev...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 July 1893

K HORSE AND TRACK Crit Davis 1ms four horses in his stable that havo beatou 2H this spring Bollo Vara 2 08 is now ready to raco according to advices from Tcrrc Haute Crawford 2 09J by Favorito Wilk es is being trained atMcadvillc Beforo shipping to Detroit Doblo drovo Stamboul a milo in 2 15 John A Goldsmith has a half dozen pupils in his stable that can step in 2 15 or better Tho roan colt Vasser brother to Belle Vara 2 08 J took a pacing rec ord of 214 at Syracuse Tuesday Ono hundred and thirty six horso took records of 2 30 or hotter lor tin first tiino last week This breaks tin record for that length of time The California wonder White Cy had his plume cut at Saginaw in tin 221 pace when ho bumped up against tho Socrates filly Lucillo II At Pittsburg last week Martin Wilkes won tho free-for-all trot bcM time 211 Magnolia got ono heal in 213 Tho free-for-all pace wa won by Mascott iu straight heats Timo209i 2 10J and 2 10 A horso may bo able to trot quarter in 33 seconds and stil...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

f A rr a T STERLING ADVOCATE OL III A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS ONAN PEOPLE Congrestman W 0 P Gteo and Mrs Louisa Scott Wing were luiotly married at Louisville Tuesday rovomng Thoy immediately loft for a short trip to Horrogato Tenn Tho Covington City Council has passed an ordinance to force down tho fwrico of telephones by taxing tho com pany heavily on ovory talcphono for which a higher rental -than 50 a year is charged Tho attendance at tho Worlds Fair is already begim lag to feel tho good effects of reduced railroad rates In thmoantimo the efforts of tho roads to stop the cutting seem only to make rates still lower Silvor bullion was purchased Friday by the Treasury Department at sev enty cents an ounce tho lowest price over paid by tho Government This is fifty cents lower than tho highest prico paid sinco tho enactment of tho Sherman law Senator Coke of Texas thinks tariff reform as urgent a question as financial reform and as muchentitled to consideration a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

JO U 3 i 8 f H i UE tiE pejp cam er deft isR otijjj hcf thcM inclV IdlA M olciK odsi thisP theft twoft 1w platM notvm sliutEtf nowBl no ol ItB 1103 V SoptK ors ag aml rev Hi dcntR lcni Jp Bireffi tlovisSs propcw aud eliKK J i IMIUW HiUnillWIWM IWIWil A LETTER Jvo Just fed away from a ballroom Anil though It Is late after two I Ho licro stretched out iu my study To scribble thcso few lines to you As tho smoke from my clcaretto rises Anil lloits oer my henil I can troco Wherever I look tho samo outlines Tho llnss of a face And I glntlly forget all Chicago And the paper fades out of my view As I seo onco again those loved features My thought Is of you They say It was gay juto delightful Mrs Blank will recoivo friends at nine You dont dance why should 1 caro for danc ing You are pure why should 1 caro for wlno There wero soft sounds of muslo and laugh ter And lore pranced about at tho feast But what did I caro for his antics When you wero far off In tho cast Theres a witch hord at work ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

fHE ADVOCATE P p Powderiys New Plan rand Master Workman Powderlv 1 6 a uow plan for tho grand of Labor Thoro Is much In Mr brlya echomo as outlined that commend itself to- all thoughtful Jc Tho uniou of all wage work- runder ouo head and for ono Mo is an admirable ono and JMr fbwdorlya idea of including tho farmers Is furthor worthy of consider ation But the labor leadora task is a liorculean one and wo doubt if it can fever bo complotcd ilia purpose fmaklug thp organization a political one sco in a to be tho weakest spot in his jprojectcd confederation A political organization without leaders as far as possible is Mr Powderiys idea Wo believe politics without leadership is jf paradox and that politics as ono of tho ruling forces of such an organiza tion would bo its burial Too much politics has always been attached to organizations of this kind in tho past - to tho dctrimont of tho working men And wo dont Bee how a similar fate would escape like efforts Mr Pow dsHoys platform of go...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

M r v VtJW THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY JULY 25 1893 ADVERTISING RATES -- WmistM I 8 S 2 D 2 2 2 g e 2 2 2 2 C 2 2 r ptmS 888885888583 RgsgaagasKss SSSu siein WM 888388888888 ss88Kasssass S8888KSaS8SS S88888888SS8 3g883BSKoa S8888888SS8S S88SS8888883 to uoiJtosui oiSa enoiviasai oaj guoinorai oatiii HJUOC ouq snopjosnr 81 iaoj own Baoiwosnr 9 Buonsni S9 FOR STATE SENATOR We are authorized to annouuco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the couuties of Clark Bour don and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J G Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your vote and influence- ro 89ctfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany the order Com munications in the interest of candid atcs 10 cents per line We are authorized ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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